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What does windows logo mean?

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We are all using windows but does any one of you know what  windows logo really means.

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  1. Guest6250

     The Windows Logo like Windows Vista Logo was presumed to be Microsoft's key to double-checking that all hardware apparatus work well with the Windows functioning system. It worked in Windows XP, it would be anticipated to work just as well in Windows Vista. Unfortunately, there are conspicuous indications that the Windows Logo Program is no longer a dependable standard. Recently, even graphics cards are getting declared without employed drivers. The item cuts into into the 321-page Microsoft Windows Logo Program 3.0 article to find out what the Windows logo is presumed to signify in Vista.

    In 1983, Microsoft broadcast the development of Windows, a graphical client interface (GUI) for its own functioning scheme (MS-DOS), which had transported for IBM PC and matching computers since 1981. The merchandise line has altered from a GUI merchandise to a up to date functioning scheme over two families of conceive, each with its own codebase and default document system.

    The 3.x and 4.x family encompasses Windows 3.11, Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows Me. Windows for Workgroups 3.11 accomplished the innovation from 16- to 32-bit networking and 32-bit computer disk access. Windows 95 accomplished the migration to 32-bit cipher and begun an solely new client interface, most of which is still utilised today.

    Windows NT family begun with NT 3.1 in 1993. Modern Windows functioning scheme versions are founded on the newer Windows NT kernel that was initially proposed for OS/2. Windows sprints on IA-32, x86-64, and Itanium processors. Earlier versions furthermore ran on the i860, Alpha, MIPS, Fairchild Clipper, and PowerPC architectures. Some work was finished to dock it to the SPARC architecture. The NT kernel scrounges numerous methods from VMS. With NT4.0 in 1996 the case altered from Program Manager to Explorer. CPU support encompassed PowerPC, MIPS, and DEC Alpha for previous versions of NT, but focuses on Itanium, 386, 486, and x64 today.

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